Here is another awesome zombie themed vector sample. Notice that the vectored permit is much clearer and authentic looking. We can also make simple adjustments through our “Copy Vector” service, such as changing letting or moving parts around, for no additional cost.
You can email us the image if you are unsure if it would fall into the $18 category.
If you would like a quote, you can also upload one HERE. (No account necessary)
Go vote today! Here is an inspiring before after sample of a “California Voted” design. Whether you’re here in California or another state it is your duty as an American to go out and vote today. Feel free to leave comments on this post telling us who you want to be president, and/or about your voting experience (don’t forget to let us know where you are from).
Here is a link to a site to help you find your voting precinct if you are unsure of where it is: http://www.vote411.org/enter-your-address#.UJlQ3mesR8E
Some images are at such a low resolution that even bringing it up to 3 inches pixelates the image to the point where it is just plain hard to look at. And no one wants eyes shying away from their logos/designs. When an image is vector based, it can be sized to any dimension without any compromise to the artwork, as it is not made of pixels but rather of geometrical shapes and lines. Please be aware that you must have the design in the vector format (eps, .ai, .cdr., .svg, etc.) in order to manipulate it. The below image is a jpg which does not support the vector format, but you are able to export vector graphics to high resolution jpegs (any desired size) for various uses.
If you would like your artwork redrawn in the vector format please sign up for a free account and upload your file through the “Vectorizing” section on our website: CopyArtWork Signup Page
Here’s a pretty cool logo. Take a look at Aberdeen, New Jersey through clear and clean “vector eyes” (bottom version). Bitmap effects were used to recreate the clouds in the “N” “O” and “S”, and to recreate the sunset sky in the “N” in order to replicate the effect closer (everything else is in full vector). Those section can also be done in vector, however the “fuzzy” look of the original would not be maintained due to the limitations of the vector format.
If you need something with about as much detail vectorized, you should always get a quote and opinion first before proceeding.
You can upload a quote for a speedy and efficient process here: Here (no account required).